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Buying Your First Home with a VA Loan: Getting Started

What You’ll Learn:Three key steps to follow before moving forward with a VA Loan.

Topic Discussed:Purchase, Homebuying 101, VA Loans, Getting Started

Expected Read Time:5 MINS

Published: Dec 30, 2022

Unsure where to begin as a first-time homebuyer in the military? Read our three-step guide to becoming VA loan-eligible.

Closing on Your Home While Out of Town

What You’ll Learn:How to handle paperwork, staging, and payments so you can close remotely.

Topic Discussed:Purchase, Homebuying 101, First Time Home Buyer, Getting Started

Expected Read Time:5 MINS

Published: Dec 30, 2022

Explore the four common hurdles that arise when buying or selling properties from afar and how to overcome those challenges.

VA Loan Compared to a Conventional Loan

What You’ll Learn:What are the differences between VA and conventional loans

Topic Discussed:Purchase, VA Loans, Conventional loans, Getting Started

Expected Read Time:10 MINS

Published: Dec 15, 2022

Discover what the difference between a VA loan and a conventional loan is. Answer the question of if a VA loan is better than a conventional loan?

Top 10 Benefits of a Jumbo Loan

What You’ll Learn:Benefits of a Jumbo Loan

Topic Discussed:Purchase, PenFed Top 10, Jumbo Loans, Closing on a Home

Expected Read Time:4 MINS

Published: Dec 15, 2022

There are huge advantages of getting a jumbo loan including purchasing a nicer home in a great neighborhood. Find out if a jumbo mortgage is right for you.

What Is a Conforming Loan?

What You’ll Learn:How conforming loans work and if they're right for you

Topic Discussed:Purchase, Conventional loans, First Time Home Buyer, Getting Started

Expected Read Time:2 MINS

Published: Dec 15, 2022

A conforming loan is based on guidelines set by government sponsored entities. It is important to understand what a conforming loan is and its differences from other mortgage loans.

How Much Mortgage Can I Afford?

What You’ll Learn:Understand the factors and costs that go into homeownership

Topic Discussed:VA Loans, Homebuying 101, Getting Started

Expected Read Time:3 MINS

Published: Nov 16, 2022

Get your home loan financing questions answered, including: Can I afford a mortgage? How much home can I afford? Can I afford to buy a home?

Is it Better to Invest Extra Cash or Have the Smallest Mortgage Possible?

What You’ll Learn:Learn whether it makes more fiscal sense to invest or pay off your mortgage.

Topic Discussed:Purchase, Homebuying 101, First Time Home Buyer, Getting Started

Expected Read Time:7 MINS

Published: Nov 04, 2022

Should you pay off your mortgage or invest when you have extra cash on hand? Learn the facts and considerations to make an informed decision.

Overview of the Many Different Types of Mortgages

What You’ll Learn:Learn about the different home loan types and which is best suited for you.

Topic Discussed:Purchase, Homebuying 101, First Time Home Buyer, Getting Started

Expected Read Time:8 MINS

Published: Oct 14, 2022

Learn the different home loan types from adjustable rate mortgages (ARM) to fixed rate, and from conventional to FHA and VA mortgages.

VA Loans - What Makes Them Great?

What You’ll Learn:Learn the benefits of obtaining a VA home loan and if it's right for you.

Topic Discussed:Purchase, VA Loans, First Time Home Buyer, Getting Started

Expected Read Time:5 MINS

Published: Sep 30, 2022

See advantages of the VA home loan and explore some of the numbers behind the millions of military families who've already reaped its benefits.

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